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Description: The Cedars and Garden Wall Adjoining
Date Listed: 25 January 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 284397
OS Grid Reference: TL9955079398
OS Grid Coordinates: 599550, 279398
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3763, 0.9302
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TL 9879-9979 HOPTON HIGH STREET (east side)
3/44 The Cedars and Garden Wall
House. C17 timber-framed core, extended and encased in early C19 white brick.
L-shaped form. 2 storeys: black glazed pantiled roofs. The main range is set
sideways-on to the road: an internal chimney-stack with a plain red brick
shaft, and an end stack in white brick. Various small-paned sash windows with
arched heads and flush frames; a recessed door to each range with 6 flush
panels. The wing extending northwards has a shallow-pitched roof and C19
crow-stepping to the north gable end. South (garden) front of circa 1840:
small-paned sash windows; recessed double doors with flush panels in a
rectangular frame with reeded half-columns to architrave. The basic house
appears to have a 3-cell lobby-entrance plan, with the entrance on the garden
side in the original position. Adjoining the south-east angle of the house
is a long stretch of high garden wall extending along the road frontage: a
short length in white brick, followed by 8 bays of kidney flint with white
brick cappings and flush piers.
Listing NGR: TL9955079398
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Source: English Heritage
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